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Ting-Chieh Huang3,387 Points
Android Studio cannot detect my LGG3. Help me
my phone is using Android version 4.4.2. Idun know why studio does not detect my phone automatically.
Ben Junya12,365 Points
Make sure you enable developer options on your phone and check 'Enable USB Debugging'
On your Phone... Go to your settings: Go to "about phone" Tap on "Build Number" 7 times. This enables developer options Go to Developer options (in the settings app) Check - Enable USB Debugging
When you connect your phone to your computer with Android studio running, you should see a dialog box asking for permission for your computer to debug your phone. Tap Yes and accept those permissions.
You should be set from there! Hit 'Run' in Android Studio and you should be good to go.
Hit me up on here if you have any further questions!
I just had this issue, one thing you might want to make sure is that you have the LG Suite installed. I guess it might just be a security measure LG added, but as soon as the app was installed my phone let me choose what USB mode you are in and Android Studio was able to pick it up in the devices.
You can find the LG PC Suite at the LG site